They also expanded the shop to include a large selection of vintage hand braided and hooked rugs as well as an online store to buy in-stock rugs, wool & braiding supplies. They even offer a service to repair hand braided rugs.
This now brings us to today where Sarah Jurta, the granddaughter of George & Marion and daughter of Jan & Wayne, now runs the business. This third generation of ownership is building on a strong foundation of experiences and best practices. Sarah looks to continue this family business with fresh ideas & thinking to the very traditional world of braided rugs.
Country Braid House rugs have been featured in multiple magazines including: Veranda, Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, House & Garden, The New York Times Magazine and many more. They have also been featured on New Hampshire Chronicle several times. Such a wide range of publications shows that braided rugs have been re-interpreted in a variety of ways as they continue to keep their warmth and appeal.
The showroom typically has over 100 rugs (both new & used) ready to go at any time and workshop is open to the public. Come in for a visit and hear the history of braided rugs, and how they design and create these beautiful pieces today.